Already one of the largest hard-drive makers in the world, Western Digital will acquire its counterpart at Hitachi in a deal designed to significantly increase operating scale.
Hitachi says its new 2.5-inch hard drives are thinner, more rugged, and faster.
Intel and Hitachi Global Storage Technologies announce plans to jointly develop and deliver solid-state drives for servers, workstations, and storage systems.
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A company that recently began going after Apple iOS developers for allegedly infringing on its patents is targeting at least one Android developer.
On today's show, the increasingly scary security battleground that is our mobile phones (and how carriers could be making it worse), Sony's war against jailbreaking the PS3 goes nuclear, and Microsoft announces that IE6 needs to die. Plus, RIM's roadmap for 2011 doesn't inspire that much confidence, and the reason we're so tired on Monday (and every other) mornings. --Molly
New and Noteworthy: City officials fear Apple expo may not return; More support for HyperTransport; more
Bread Bag adds comfort to dining in a simple stylish way.
Code set to be used in the next release of Android--code-named Donut--is out and about, revealing features such as universal search and support for CDMA networks.
CERN says hackers accessed a computer system that monitors the particle accelerator experiments and analyzes data, according to a newspaper report.